WNBA Campaigns For Team Owner’s Opponent

This would be more effective if anyone actually watched the WNBA.

WNBA players took a stance against the co-owner of the Atlanta Dream — who is against the league publicly supporting the Black Lives Matter movement — by showing support for an opponent she is facing in a special election for her Senate seat.

Players from the Dream, Seattle Storm, Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury walked into the IMG Academy arena in Bradenton, Florida, on Tuesday sporting black T-shirts with the words “VOTE WARNOCK” printed in white.

The shirts were in protest against Atlanta Dream co-owner Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., who submitted a letter in July expressing her disagreement with the league’s plan to promote Black Lives Matter.